Paris Saint-Germain will offer Kylian Mbappe a big contract extension this summer, one which will match Cristiano Ronaldo and Lionel Messi’s current salaries, according to AS. Until this moment, Mbappe has refused to engage in these negotiations, but PSG will be hoping to convince their big star, whose current deal expires in 2022.
Meanwhile, Real Madrid expect Mbappe to stay put so that they can try to sign him in the summer of 2021, a year before his contract ends, which would be similar to the move they completed for Eden Hazard.
If Mbappe agrees to sign an extension, PSG simply wouldn’t have the need to sell their attacker. If the striker wants to leave the club and join Madrid, he will have to wait at least until 2021, when PSG will be forced to sell their players if they don’t want to see him leaving the club as a free agent.
That also means that Real Madrid will also have to offer Mbappe a big contract when the time is right. It’s clear that Mbappe would be the team’s highest-paid player if he ends up leaving the French capital to wear Madrid’s uniform.